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March 30, 2018 Slideshows » Music

16 San Antonio Female Musicians Who Should Totally Be On Your Radar 

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Maybe we're biased, but we totally think San Antonio musicians rock hard, but female musicians? Well, they're in a league of their own. Check out these 16 badass female musicians what are as strong and independent as they are talented.
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If you’ve been sleeping on this artist, you need to wake the heck up. AMEA’s a sick R&B singer whose lyrics are thought provoking and will make you feel shit you might not be ready for.
Photo via Instagram / sotialize
Daniela Riojas
Switching between whispers, feather light singing and emotive, melodic bellows multidisciplinary artist Daniela Riojas, knows exactly how to use her voice to enhance the music she writes with her band.
Photo via Facebook / Daniela Rojas
Feliza Salazar
If you call yourself a lover of the San Antonio music scene and aren’t familiar with Verisimilitude, then, we’d say you’re full of caca, bruh. Feliza Salazar is the drummer for the aforementioned prog/psych/weirdo/indie rock band and her beats are sick.
Photo via Facebook / Verisimilitude
Phanie Diaz
You know who this is babe. Not only does Phanie Diaz drum for hometown heros Girl In A Coma, she also lends her percussive skills to the Riot Grrrl band Fea.
Photo via Instagram / girlinacoma
Briana Magnon
Fronting the all-female group Topo Chica, Briana Magnon’s dreamy vocals float ever-so-perfectly over the band’s grungy, poppy, surf-punk sound.
Photo via Instagram / topochicaband
Antemìa Kavillari
If you follow Antemìa Kavillari on Instagram, then you know that this girl can seriously shred. The guitarist says her new avante garde/progressive black metal project Will of the Whore will have some releases shortly.
Photo by Sarah Davis
Landing on the cover of the Current a few weeks ago, Andrea “Vocab” Sanderson not only can rap, sing, and spit a hot poem, the artist is deeply involved in the community – lending her skills to teach and mentor youth interested in poetry.
Photo by Jaime Monzon
Elena Lopez
Fronting numerous projects over the years, Elena Lopez has really come into her own with her most recent and personal project Elnuh – a dreamy, indie pop, garage art project that shimmers and echoes in the perfect kinda way.
Photo via Facebook / Elnuh
Alyson Alonzo
What else can be said about Alyson Alonzo that hasn’t already been said? She slays a stage with her soulful crooning and beat looping, leaving audience members literally gawking at how good of a performer she is.
Photo by Chris Conde
Donning long dreads and her own hand crafted crystal jewelry, Kree 23 can spit fire raps better than most dudes we know.
Photo via Instagram / danomite_satx
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Sarah Roork
One-half of the doom-metal two-piece Cursus, drummer Sarah Roork opens the gateways to netherworlds with her heavy, slow drum hits.
Photo via Instagram / zombiejuanita
Amanda Vega
Frontwoman for the punk rock group Lloronas, Amanda Vega’s vocals are unflinching, emotive and in your face.
Photo via Instagram / lloronas.satx
Amelie Oheron
With her project Prylene, Amelie Oheron explores the avant-garde edge of club and electronic music.
Photo via Instagram / amelieoheron
Laura Marie
If you’re a fan of singer-songwriter tunes that echo through coffee houses at any given moment, you’ll see why Laura Marie is one of the best in SA.
Photo via Instagram / lauramariemusic
Vanessa Lynn Bird
Contemporary pop country without sounding corny, Vanessa Lynn Bird manages traditional elements of country in her music while still sounding modern.
Photo via Instagram / trevor_has_a_camera
Jordan Moonz
Frontwoman for the soulful indie rock group Dirty Genez, Jordan Moonz lays it OUT on stage.
Photo via Instagram / dirtygenez
If you’ve been sleeping on this artist, you need to wake the heck up. AMEA’s a sick R&B singer whose lyrics are thought provoking and will make you feel shit you might not be ready for.
Photo via Instagram / sotialize

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